Pope Francis compares pushing gay agenda to ‘Hitler Youth’ indoctrination

Jan 22, 2015 by

by John-Henry Westen, LifeSite: In comments at his Monday in-air interview that were totally ignored by the mainstream media, Pope Francis lamented the Western practice of imposing a homosexual agenda on other nations through foreign aid, which he called a form of “ideological colonization” and compared to the Nazi propaganda machine. Asked by a reporter to explain the phrase “ideological colonization,” the pope gave an example from 1995 when, he says, a minister of education in a poor area...

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Why can’t the voice of Christians be heard?

Jan 18, 2015 by

By Michael Nazir-Ali, Mailonline: So, it has come to this! For more than 1,500 years, Christianity has formed and undergirded the public law of this land. Now, the Lord Chancellor and the Lord Chief Justice, by disciplining Richard Page JP, have declared war on even residual notions of the faith having any place in our legal processes. Until the recent ‘equality’ legislation, the teaching of the Book of Common Prayer was reflected in the law on marriage. Now, even to allow such teaching to be...

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Suspended and sent for ‘equality training’ – Christian magistrate who said: ‘...

Jan 18, 2015 by

By Martin Beckford and Jonathan Petre, Mailonline: A Christian magistrate has been disciplined by a Tory Cabinet Minister for expressing the belief that children should be raised by both a mother and a father. Richard Page told colleagues behind closed doors during an adoption case that he thought it would be better for a child to be brought up in a traditional family rather than by a gay couple. He was shocked a week later when he found he had been reported to the judges’ watchdog for alleged...

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Plans for LGBT school are criticised by Stonewall

Jan 17, 2015 by

By Amelia Hill, Guardian: Plans to open a specialist state school for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender pupils struggling in the mainstream education system have been criticised by Stonewall, the gay rights group. The charity behind the scheme, LGBT Youth North West has been awarded £63,000 to conduct a feasibility study into the school, which would be based in the centre of Manchester and accept 40 full-time students. But Ruth Hunt, chief executive of Stonewall, said she did not see a...

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UK’s first LGBT school planned for Manchester

Jan 15, 2015 by

By Joseph Patrick McCormick, Pink News: Plans to open the first LGBT school in the UK are under way,with funding secured, and a site selected in Manchester. The school, which is being planned by LGBT Youth North West, will host 40 full-time pupils, and will be established in the heart of the city. Some part time places will be available for pupils who wish to continue attending a mainstream school. The school is aimed at LGBT students who struggle to fit in at mainstream schools, but will also...

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Redefining Discrimination

Jan 15, 2015 by

By Joseph Backholm, FPI By now you probably know that a Florist in Richland, Washington is being sued by the Attorney General because she declined to decorate for a same-sex ceremony. The lawsuits are based on the belief that declining to be part of that event was discrimination based on sexual orientation. However, there’s a problem with the argument that she discriminates on the basis of sexual orientation. She has consistently and happily done business with people who identify as gay for...

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